Kai for Kindness alleviates strain on families with disabilities during the pandemic, Stuff reports. The initiative, run by Disability Connect, started in March 2020, just as the country went into the first lockdown, and is now supporting six specialist schools around Auckland. “At the moment, it’s our only way of getting a food source into the house,” said Auckland mum, Natasha Williams. “We can’t wait for the Government,” says Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero, who launched an enquiry into the support of disabled people.